You can do so with the bucket size option. Bucketing basically refers to the transformation of any features with numerical values into categorical features, using a set of thresholds.
The users can access various ranges by changing the bucket size. They can choose from five bucketing ranges: 2, 4, 5, 10 and 20. Depending on the option you choose, your data is reflected in as many ranges based on the percentile values.
If the user has chosen 2 as their bucketing size, you will be able to see two different ranges, from 0 to 50th percentile and from 50th to 100th percentile.
If the user has chosen 5 as their bucketing size, they will be able to see 5 different ranges, 0th to 20th, 20th to 40th, 40th to 60th, 60th to 80th and 80th to 100th percentiles.
Note: Bucketing is done based on percentiles in Locale.